Review: A Few Good Men (1992)

A Few Good Men (1992) A Few Good Men (1992)

No sex, no violence, no action. All riveting.

This one makes two of my movie lists: Can Watch Anytime, In Any Mood (right up there with The Fugitive), and Movies About People Talking.

“I love to act”: director Rob Reiner on Jack Nicholson is… kinda wonderful:

… and co-star Kevin Pollack (whom I personally enjoy so much in this film) on Nicholson is also lovely:

And here’s a young Aaron Sorkin chatting to (sorry) Charlie Rose about his play becoming a movie:

Further Viewing

Lessons from the Screenplay examines how Sorkin “constructs a battle… how the script establishes compelling stakes, and defines both the battleground and weapons used to fight, and [discovers] how increasing the pressure on the central characters results in an unforgettable climactic explosion”:

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